On February 25, the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ announced plans to increase the prime interest rate on their 10-year fixed rate home loan by 0.1 points to 1.20% in March. This is the first time in five months to see an increase in the prime rate, although it still 0.15 points below their interest rate 12 months ago.


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